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Niescior

found this Driver, any idea of what they are called.

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Niescior    0

I found this driver while helping my PopPop take a couch from his friends house, and he said he was getting rid of this and he does not know because it belonged to his father.

I know it is a titleist but I am curious to its model

The handle says "Swing Rite"
and at the top it says"Golf pride" with "Victory" spelled in a circle.
Also if it helps it was made it the USA

If someone could identify this for me I would really appreciate it

I also got 2 wedges of the same type so I figure if I get these down I can know what model they are.

Thanks.

-N.

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boogielicious    1,159

That is fairly old.  I recommend contacting someone at Titleist.  You can link in with them on this section of their site.

http://www.titleist.com/teamtitleist/f/6.aspx

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Nemicu    3

What you have there is an old Titleist persimmon driver. It's from their "micro balanced" range (hence the funny symbol). The "swing rite" only relates to the make of golf pride grip - again a classic of the era.

Certainly not exceptional or rare, but still a good club in it's day. Probably dating from the early 70's.

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JoePete    9

The handle says "Swing Rite"

and at the top it says"Golf pride" with "Victory" spelled in a circle.

Also if it helps it was made it the USA

If someone could identify this for me I would really appreciate it

I also got 2 wedges of the same type so I figure if I get these down I can know what model they are.

I agree those are Titliest from the early 1970s (best guess). Looks laminated rather than persimmon. Fits with what I recall of them.

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